The Mavericks recently did a great job. In his last home game before the All-Stars weekend, the Mavericks founded the NBA Sales series in a row, beating the Portland Trail Blazers from first place.
The Dallas series began on December 15, 2001. Since then, Mavericks have sold all the regular-season home games at the American Airlines Center, which houses more than 19,200, as well as 67 playoffs.
After Dallas beat Sacramento Kings, 130-111, on February 12, the sales chain reached 815 games.
Before that, the Blazers held the record with 814 consecutive matches with tickets sold out, including the playoffs.
His plan spanned from 1977 to 1995. Currently, the Miami Heat team belongs to the team with the second largest number of consecutive games.
Affordable tickets have helped keep fans filling and taking seats in AAC over the years. At the start of this season, the average ticket price was $ 124, a 7% decrease from last season.
Much cheaper. However, with Luka Doncic emerging as a legitimate superstar and MVP candidate, fans can expect to push more to witness major clashes, such as when LeBron James and Los Angeles Lakers arrive in the city.
There is also a trap that helps Mavericks keep their sales alive. NBA help depends on the number of tickets distributed, not the number of tickets recovered upon entry.
In order to distribute as many tickets as possible, Mavs provide those that are not sold to local charities and youth organizations when possible.
In the past, Mavericks store owner Mark Cuban said the sales chain was important to the team because it showed the mass of fans in Dallas.
He refused to comment on the breakdown of the sales figure, for fear of insulting him. If the past 19 years are an indication, the streak is not in danger of being finished soon.